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Origami Sea Dog folding instructions
can also use a complete grey paper for this Sea Dog and draw the eyes
on the model when it's finished.
Push/press the edges downwards/flat
Valley-fold the tip at the bottom of the arrow
First valley-fold over the 2 lines at the bottom right.
Then mountain-fold over the 2 diagonal lines in the
middle. And valley-fold over the 2 lines at the top left.
Unfold the folds of step 3.
Valley-fold over these 2 lines.
Valley-fold the flap upwards.
Valley-fold the flap on the backside downwards.
The folding-line is between the two small arrows.
Bookfold one layer to the left
Repeat steps 3 to 6 on the backside.
Prefold over these 4 lines,
then turn the paper.
Fold the 2 corners to the inside, make the same
folds on the layer below (=valley-folds).
Squash-fold the tip.
Repeat step 10 on the left.
Bookfold one layer to the right again.
Valley-fold the tip upwards.
Fold the model in half.
Now the model looks like this.
Mountain-fold over this line.
Valley-fold over this line, use the next picture
Hold the model between your fingers, see
pink dot. Then squash-fold the head with
your other hand, against the fingers which
are holding the model.
Repeat steps 14 to 16 on the backside, see arrow.
Mountain-fold over the 2 lines on the left and
valley-fold over the 2 lines on the right.
Sea Dogs (Seals):
Sea Dogs live in almost any ocean, in warmer parts and also in colder
parts. They eat fish, shellfish and sometimes even squids. Sea Dogs
which life in colder areas have to eat much more then the ones in
warmer climates. Sea Dogs spend most of their time swimming in the
ocean, the rest of the days they are on the beaches. They prefer
swimming more then beaches, because they are much faster in the ocean
than on land.